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Oct 9, 2011 9:00am EDT
house chronicle." the tragic death of steve jobs reminds us that what changes our lives is not political. the great figures of science and in addition, thomas edison, steve jobs, changed our lives as much or more than politicians. across the landscape there are so many political reporters and people with an interest in politics here in washington. the big story is how technology is changing our lives, making new jobs but subtracting others. i have assembled some of the very best of the political right is in washington. they will be right with us. >> hello again and thank you for coming along. i promise you a great panel in i am d like to be sitting here with that great panel. led by linda gasparello. welcome back to the program. a new hat. >> it is the same hat. >> it is a different hat. i am sure. and from hearst newspapers, chuck lewis. nice to have you back at the table. amd frp, "the new york post," geoff earle. and we have from newsweek, dan stone. you have grown up so much since last time. >> i am starting to grow facial hair. >> i was starting to ask you if you shake. bu
Oct 21, 2011 6:00pm EDT
. he kept us shaken, too. absolutely. now we have got some questions about what will happen with the transitional government. when the effect of prime minister of the country, mahmoud jibril, said that when sirte was taken, he would step down. he did not want this to look like there would just be a continuation of, you know, a power grab by the transitional government. but we are going to see whether or not the countries liberated. will he actually step down? and what will happen with the islamic fighters that were there, the ones that were backed by catarrh? >> the question is also how this plays at the white house. here they are every day, practically. >> right afterwards, the day the news came out, jay carney came to the podium humming. i mean, he was clearly a very happy man. >> at the white house, it is mission accomplished, whether it has to do about iraq, afghanistan, anything. >> did a very dangerous. at the moment, the president -- he has gotten osama bin laden, gaddafi. >> and and or al-awlaki. >> the irony of the 2009 nobel peace prize going to president obama and two wars
Oct 30, 2011 9:00am EDT
of mail were huge corporations have used his services to look at the mail, to deal with the memo, magazine publishers. tell us more about your career. >> first of all, i am pleased to be with you today. i have been involved with the postal service for more than 30 years. i have done for newspapers, magazines, books, now for big transactional mailers. i have watched -- >> what do you mean by big transactional mailers? >> all those folks who do statements and bills and so forth. i have watched this incredible arc of the postal service from close at hand. the postal service was born from dysfunction and near collapse in the late 1960's when it was reorganized and to the postal service from the post office department. and then it went on to an unprecedented range of success with this volume going almost straight up from the early 1970's through 2006, peaking at well over 200 billion pieces and then promptly deflated like a balloon. it just went straight through. >> you are so right, when i was involved in the postal service, i was a newsletter publisher. we used first class. i starte
Oct 16, 2011 9:00am EDT
these things, and our wonderful toys. look at this. a wonderful track. great, great toys. you used to design trucks, and i cannot wait to hear. we will be back. >> many have spoken out on the need to transition to a clean energy future. at exelon, we are acting, to displace 1,500 tons of greenhouse gas, and operating low carbon electricity in the marketplace. actionon, we're taking and seeing results. >> "white house chronicle" is produced in collaboration with whut, howard university television. and now your program host, nationally syndicated columnist llewellyn king, and co-host linda gasparello. >> hello again, and thank you for coming along. bill gouse, my guest, is going to discuss with me transportation. how did you get involved in transportation? >> well, i guess it is around the early birthday of mine. i got a truck when i was 2 years old. >> this truck? amazing. and i take you are an adult now? >> i play with these things. i call it that because i'm a designers in -- a designer and policymakers. >> where do we see them? there are so many on the highways, they seem to put out
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